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Number 4.

95 South STREET, BOSTON, MASS

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Bleaching, Dyeing, [rying,

And Finishing Machinery.

CALENDERS, MANGLES AND ROLLS.

TENTERING MACHINES, MERCERIZING MACHINES,

Granger Foundry and Machine Co.

PROVIDENCE, R. I.

Bleaching, Printing, Dyeing and Finishing Machinery

For Textile Fabrics.

STRAIGHT TENTERING MACHINE, WITH AUTOMATIC CLAMP. (Patented.)

TENTERING MACHINES.

VIBRATORY (or Swiss) MOTION FOR LAWNS, ETC. RETURN (8, 10 or 12) returns FOR WORSTED AND WOOLEN GOODS. HOT AIR (2 or 4 returns) FOR GINGHAMS, ETC.

AUTIMATIC CLAMPS (Patented). SPRING CLAMPS. PIN CHAINS.

H. W. BUTTERWORTH & SONS CO.,

PHILADELPHIA, PA.

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LOWELL MACHINE SHOP,

LOWELL, MASS.,

Buliders of

COTTON MACHINERY

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

Revolving Flat Cards, Railway Heads, Ring Spinning Frames, Fly Frames, Drawing Frames, Spoolers, Warpers,

Slashers, Looms.

Worsted Machinery.

ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES SENT ON APPLICATION.

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Although our order list lengthens and strengthens, we do not adopt the simple and inexpensive plan of building with- out change, but continually add improvements whenever pos- sible. A careful study of the above illustration will prove of interest to adepts in the Art of Weaving.

THE DRAPER COMPANY,

Hopedale, Mass.

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MASON MACHINE WORKS,

TAUNTON, MASS.

COTTON MACHINERY

Cards, Combers, Lappers, Railway Heads, Drawing Frames, Spin- ning Frames, Mules and Looms,

INCLUDING

Plain and Fancy Silk Looms.

Southern Office, Charlotte, N. C.

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In the Cotton Field nothing equals the DARKY COTTON PICKER.

In the Cotton Mill nothing equals the KITSON COTTON PICKERS. °

KITSON MACHINE CO.. Lowell, Mass

Largest Builders of Cotton Openers and Lappers in the World.

STUART W. CRAMER, Southern Agt., Charlotte, N. 6. and Equitable Building, Atlanta, 6a.

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WRITE FOR 0} TELEPHONE PRICES KESSEL,

Sole American agents for TWEEDALES & SMALLEY , Card Room Machinery.

TAYLOR LANG & CO.LTD. Self Acting Mules. WILLIAM RYDER Fiyers. C.CAIN, SON, & GREENWOOD, Card Clothing of all Kinds.

SPECIALTIES IN MILL SUPPLIES

WORTHINGTON BLDG. 31 STATE ST., BOSTON MASS.

9] COTTON MACHINERY 633

Saco and Pettee Machine Shops, Newton Upper Falls, Mass., U. S. A.

COTTON MACHINERY

PICKERS, REVOLVINC FLAT CARDS, DRAWINC FRAMES, RAILWAY HEADS, SLUBBINC, INTERMEDIATE AND ROVING FRAMES,

SPINNINC FRAMES, SPOOLERS.

SHOPS :_eem Biddeford, Maine. Newton Upper Falls, Mass.

Southern Agent: A. H. WASHBURN, Charlotte, N. C.

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HETHERINGTON’S Cotton Machinery:

Was never so popular in the United States as now. It is built with ENGLISH THOROUGHNESS and kept up to date with AMERICAN ALERTNESS.

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THE NASMITH COTTON COMBER

Is the latest and best in the way of simplicity, larger product, better work.

BUILDERS OF ALL KINDS OF

: Machinery for Preparing, Spinning, Doubling Cottons, Cotton Waste, Woulens, Etc.

Sole Importer for United States and Canada,

STEPHEN C. LOWE, Boston, Mass.

41-42 Brewer Building. 186 Devonshire Street. J. S. COTHRAN, Charlotte, N. C., Southern Agent.

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“HURRICANE” FANS

FOR

DRYING AND VENTILATING.

j Carbonizers, Yarn Scouring Machines.

“HURRICANE” DRYERS

For Wool. Cotton, Hair, Yarn, Stockings, Underwear, etc. Plans Estimates and Catalogues upon application.

Phila. Drying Machinery Co., 6721 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.

A PERFECT PIN TICKET

For Cloth Samples and Garments.

Easily and quickly applied to fabrics of any weight.

Securely attached and yet easily detached if necessary to remove. The machine does the whole thing.

It is cheap, serviceable and durable.

We also make a machine which

PRINTS the TICKETS as they are attached if desired.

Bt { Send for particalars to

: ) SARANAC ELECTRICAL MFG CO., ST. JOSEPH. MICH

OSWALD LEVER,

Fermerly LEVER & GRUADY BUILDERS OF

TEXTILE MACHINERY.

FILLING COP WINDING MA- CHINES. Spindles driven by belts or by gears. To wind cops. Cops to weave from the inside, or butts to weave from the outside. Can be made to wind any kind of filling from the coarsest 10 fine numbers. These ma- chines will put the most yarn in as given size of shuttle than any other machine in use.

BANDLESS SPINDLE SPOOL- ING MACHINES. Adapted to the 9 grades of yarn and to the finest silk.

PRESSER DRUM SPOOLING MACHINES. Arranged to spool in any way the trade requires.

BANDLESS VARIABLE SPEED MACHINES. To wind the large bob- bins used in knitting mills,

CONICAL and STRAIGHT TUBE WINDING MACHINES. DRESSER SPOOLING MACHINES.

Beaming Machines, Sectional Warp Mills, Chenille Cutting Machines, Reel- ing Machines to prevent waste at the bottom of mule bobbins.

Lehigh Ave. & Mascher St., PHILADELPHIA, Pa.

13] WOOLEN MACHINERY—KNOTTERS 637

-C. G. SARGENT’S SONS,

GRANITEVILLE, MASS.

Builders of_____— Stock Dryers, Wool Washers, Wool Dusters, Carbonizing Plants, Burr Pickers, Etc.

6000 Barber Knotters

Now in Use.

Barber & Colman,

11 Pemberton Sqnare, BOSTON. ROBT. C. WEBSTER, Manager.

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Announcement.

It gives us pleasure toinform you that we

have re

cently emg’ arrangements with the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company,

of Manchester, N. H.,

in accordance with which we have

taken over their

wood-rim pulley department, including the fly-wheels as designed by Mr.

Charles H. Manning, their Superintendent,

and in this connection he has

consented to act as our consulting engineer.

As to Construction.—In the constraction of the fly-wheel shown in our illustration, width is 80 ft. diameter, the arms are so de- signed that each one will safely carry the belt-strain coming on its half of the wheel if the other eleven arms were entirely re lieved, and the bolting of the hub is sufficient to carry its portion uof the rim if cut adrift from the remainder ofthe rim

The rim is built up in courses of thoroughly kiln-dried wood of from 8 to 4 inches in thickness. The butts in each course are left open % of an inch at the outer ends, and well-fitting hard-wood wedges are driven in on hot glue, with a heavy sledge, as are also the hard-wood keys between the outer ends of the arms and the rim Each piece in every course is thoroughly giued and se cured in place with 34-inch lag bolts

As to Safety.—Compared with iron, the wood rim is ten times safer than the cast- iron when the castings are good, Thi- allows the wood-rim pulley to increase its speed to 3.25 times that of a sound cast-iron one, with equal safety.

As to Weight.—A fact not generally known is, that nearly all large cast-iron wheels which serve as balance wheels on steam engines are much heavier than is really nece-sary, Owing io the great diffi- culty ot constructing such large wheels from light castings. Builders are obliged to make the segments very thick to insure good cast. ings an¢@ to allow sufficient stock for finish- ing, and are generally sure to make all parts heavy enough to meet those ends, hence they get wheels that are too heavy.

A wood.-rim wheel, constructed in the man. ner shown in our illustration, is heavy enough for regulation, and yet many times stronger than an all-iron wheel. sig ra |

We invite your attention to the considera. tion of this method of construction when accidents, contemplated changes, or other reasons interest you, and we wil! be pleased to give further information on request.

CHASE PUL LEY COMPANY,

201 Pitman Street,

Providence, R. I.

POWER TRANSMISSION

As Manufacturing Engineers

OUR MISSION ON EARTH IS TO DESIGN, MANUFACTURE AND INSTALL

Complete Power Transmission Equipments

FOR THE FACTORY, MILL OR POWER HOUSE

We are enabled to give prompt and personal attention to every inquiry. Capable engineers, located both at this office and the various branches enumerated below, are ready at a moment's notice to advise and submit estimates of cost upon such proposed outfits as may be required.

Our facilities are the largest in the world in this exclu- sive line of manufacture, with equipment thoroughly modern, thereby enabling the execution of orders to meet any requirement.

Our line embraces every good thing in Power Trans- mitting Appliances. Constant improvement is our watch- word, with the abstract fact always kept in view of securing the reduction of fractional losses to the minimum in these devices.

An experience of twenty-three years has taught us how to secure the maximum from the minimum—that is, the maximum of effective power transmitted from the minimum of coal pile energy, a fact we shall be pleased to demonstrate.

We originated the ** Independence” Wood Split Pulley, now universally used the world over. We were also the pioneer manufacturers and patentees of the ‘* Dodge” American System of Manila Rope Transmission—acknow- ledged as the most economical and modern means of trans- mitting and distributing power. We have installed thousands of these drives.

When contemplating improvements to your works, or the erection otf new plants, we will be pleased to co-operate with you and advise as our experience dictates.

The Dodge Manufacturing Co., Mishawaka, Ind.

BRANCHES

137-9 Purchase St. 45-45 Dey St. 155-174 S, Clinton St. 123 W., 3d St. 24 Garlick Hill Boston New York Chicago Cincinnati, O. London, Eng,

Prudential Building, Atlanta, Ga.

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Entire Outfits for New Mills, or small and odd items that you don’t know just where to obtain, can be found at the

AMERICAN SUPPLY 00. ij in Mill Supplies.

DIXON LUBRICATING SADDLE CO., =" 28=°O=.

Sole Manufacturers of

Dixon’s Patent Locking Saddles and Stirrups

The weight can be taken off and put on to the middle ome pemeet cropping your frames, when long staple cotton

The Stirrup is always in place. No bent stirrup resting on rolls.

Manutacturers of all kinds of Saddles, Stirrups and Levers. Send for Samples and Prices.

Spinners’ Supplies in general.

BRILBURN, LINCOLN ck COO., FALL RIVER, MASS.

MAKERS OF

Looms for Plain and Fancy Weaving.

Represented in the South by O. 4. ROBBINS CHARLOTTE, N.C.

For Cotton, Woolen, Worsted, Silk and Flax Machinery. Also Stee/ Caps, Bolsters, Steps, Tubes, etc. WARD & VANDEGRIFT, AINE

Formerly with Bridesburg Mfg. Co.

2 eee. Went EVAN ARTHUR LEIGH,

Successor to E. A, Leigh & Company, 35 & 36 MASON BUILDING, - - BOSTON, MASS.

Sole Agentin the United States and Canada for PLATT BrotHerRs & Company, Ltd., by far the largest makers in tue world of

Cotton, Woolen and Wors:ed Machinery For Ail Classes of Work.

MATHER & PLATTI’S Paes and Finishing Machine

r H SYKES BROS’ Cara Ciething for Cotton. CRITCH LEW'S Card Cons for Woolen and Worsted.

GE HODSON. Ltd... Looms fer Worsteds, Etc. TEXTILE MACHINERY ASSOC., Lid., Flax, Hemp, Juse, Etc., Machinery.

- "@ HEDDLE FRAMES. RE HEDDLES.

TEMPERED STEEL WIRE

STRIPPER CARDS.

ADDRESS L.S WATSON MFG.CO..LEICESTER.MASS.. FOR THE VERY BEST MADE

17) MILL SUPPLIES 641

BIRCH BROS. Somerville, Mass. G. L. BROWNELL,

Mill Sewing Machines. ety IMPROVED SPINNING

AND TWISTING MACHINERY,

For Hard or Soft Twines, Lines, Cordage,efc.

of Sisal, Manila, Cotton, Linen, Hemp, Jute, Silk, Hair Paper, or Wire.

Write for particulars in regard te cur new machine for spinning heavy Ceiton Yarn direct from Drawing Silver for Cot- ton Rope, etc.

49 and 61 Union St., Worcester, Mass,

TEXTILE MACHINE WORKS,

THUN & JANSSEN. Reading, Pa. Manufacturers ot

Sews any fabric, wet or dry, thin or thick, BRAIDING MACHINES OF SUPERIOR QUALITY

fine stitch or coarse stitch. tor masking Dress Trimming Braids, Cotton

. _ Tapes, Underwear Braids, Shoe Laces, SEND FOR CATALOGUE. dl ndle Deaens, etc. Winders, Deublers. Bleaching Dyeing and Finishing Machinery. | Measuring Machines, Reelers, Singeing and

Finishing achinery. Special machinery.

S Wg rryvsviite Miss UiSd NATIONAL RING TRAVELER (0.

—MAKERS OF STANDARD—

SPINNING AND .. TWISTING TRAVELERS

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

PROVIDENCE, - - R41.

A. CURTIS TINGLEY, Treasurer.

i

In the Power Plant will keep the feed water heated above the evapora- tive point. Our free booklet, “Green’s Economizer” explains how.

The Green Fuel Economizer Co., - . Matteawan, N. Y,

JACOB WALDER, ° Paterson, N. J.

Sole Manufacturer in United States of

oe stanx IVLATOLS

Liberal Discount to Dealers.

Watchman’s Clocks, Electric : Portable ; (il. ENCINE ROOM AND FACTORY CLOCKS; On. 42 VG TIME AND DATING STAMPs. ELECTRIC s7 TORCHES.

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RIGGS & BROTHER,

Send for Catalogue & Prices. 310 Market St., Phila., Pa.

ATLAS FOUNDRY & MACHINE CoO.,

SUCCESSORS TO ATLAS MFG. CO. Manufacturers ot

Weol Burring. Picking and MWixirng Machinery, PARKUURST DOUBLE CYLINDER BURR °ICKERS. Steel Ring and Metalic Burring Machines and Feed Rollers. Etc.

OLD METALLIC BURR CYLINDERS COVERED WITH STEEL RINGS Self Feeders for Pickers and Cards. Picker and Machine Brushes, Atlas Improved Side Drawing Machines and Creel.

INQUIRE ABOUT OUR NEW AUTOMATIC WOOL DUSTER.

BELLEVILLE, N. J.

19] MILL SUPPLIES 648

ELIJAH ASHWORTH,

MANUFACTURER OF

Card Clothing or Every Description

FALL RIVER, MASS. HENRY ASHWORTH, Agent. J. H. MOORHOUSE A. A. ZAJOTII

Edma Card Clothing Company, munca ot CARD CLOTHING 1 uct rousastions

Stripping Cards and Napping Wire a Speciality. Correspondence Solicited. Factory: 422 SOUTH FIFTH STREET, - - - CAMDEN, N. J.

za. Xs THBVESwDTs «& CO., Looxke’s Mics, Me.

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silk

We are located in the best white birch region. Our work and prices seem to satisfy the most particular customers. We can give any nish desired. Estimates furnished on samples submitted.

THE JOHN A. McGUIRE COMPANY,

Claremont, N. UW. Manufacturers of

Cotton and Woolen BOBBINS.

We make a specialty of Woo!) Filling and Warp.

WATCHMAN'S CLOCK LATEST IMPROVED

Portable and Electric

Allowance made for old clocks.

A perfect fit a™|j—

COP TUBES

__ —is Our best recommendation.

PROMPT DELIVERY—NEXT.

SAYFORD PAPER SPECIALTY C0., Camden, N. J.

Picker Sticks made of second

Leen eee rr el Cet the Best! lf Pa S growth North Carolina Hick-

s ® ory, thoroughly seasoned, are the best. Wemakethem. Mail us a sample stick and get our prices. Orders

filled promptly. THE SOUTHERN BOBBIN CO., - . Greensboro, N. C.

SHaw’s VICTOR TRAVELERS

MANUFACTURED BY

Victor Shaw Ring Traveler Co.

Incorporated 1899

23 SaBiIN STREET. PROVIDENCE R. I.

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“THE STERLING” Conveying Systems

For handling Cotton, Wool, Rags and other Textile Materials. ' Also EXHAUST SYSTEMS FOR REMOVING DUST AND STEAM. Blowers. Exhaust and Disk Fans. Cyclone Dust Collectors.

i THE STERLINC BLOWER & PIPE MFC. CO., 44 Huyshope Ave., - HARTFORD, CONN.

New YORK. Boston. GREENSBORO, N. C.

PETER ROGERS, ESTABLISHED IN 1832. HENRY E. ROGERS

Henn yY E&. ROCERS.

SOUTH MANCHESTER, CONN All Rag Press Boards and Fenders,

“es

JACQUARD CARDS, FULLERS, INSULATING AND LEATHER BOARDS

| CARDER’S TOOLS. YICTOR Shuttle Check.

ty LEWIS’

H PATENT USED IN OVER

| CARD 750 MILLS. OLAMPS.

Te) MADE IN 40 PATTERNS.

TRY THEM. THE VICTOR SHUTTLE CO.,

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Gardner & Reid's Card Tooth Raiser,

i For Setting Up Bent Teeth of Card Clothing. with a variet of other tools used by Carders and Manufacturers. Sen

for circular. Auburn, N. Y. W. H. BROWN rary No. 81 Mechanic St., WORCESTER, wass, IMfringers will be Vigorously Prosecuted,

SCAIFE FILTERS

LOWEST PRICES THOROUGHLY GUARANTEED

SCAIFE SYSTEM OF SOFTENING AND PURIFYING WATER. For Steam Boilers, Textile Works, Bleachers, Et PREVENTS BOILER SCALE Furnishes pure, soft, clear water for every purpose.

RESULTS GUARANTEED.

Send for illustrated catalogue...

Wm. B. Scaife & Sons Company, PITTSBURG, PA. Founded 1802.

21) MILL SUPPLIES 645

® IN . om . Can be done better with less expense if WYANDOTTE WASHING SODA is used. It has a softening effect on the goods that no other scouring material produces.

If you want soft, fluffy, clean woolens, you certainly should use

WYANDOTTE WASHING SODA.

Here’s what a few of the woolen mills have to say:—

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Please send us as soon as possible 5 bbls). WYANDOTTE WASHING SODA. We will be large users so give us the right price.

The Madisonville- Woolen Mills Co Madisonville, O.

We have used your WYANDOTTE WASHING SODA in wool scouring for the last eight months with satisfactory results. The cost of scouring has been materially reduced with noticeable improvement in the condition of the scoured stock.

Watervliet Mills, i Watervliet, N. Y.

Please ship us 5 bbls. of your WYANDOTTE WASH- ING SODA same as the last. We made a thorough test of the last barrel and find it all right and will continue to use it.

The Columbus Woolen Mill Co., Columbus, O.

For further particulars write

THE J. B. FORD Co.,

WYANDOTTE, MICH.

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**Our Engineer Estimates

that we have saved about 75 per cent. of our engine oil for use the second time with your

Cross Oil Filter.

We cannot advise just how much this will

amount to in dollars and cents, but consider

that the Filter is giving good satisfaction.”—

m American Tube & Stamping Co., Bridge- pe port, Conn., Sept. 11. 1902.

Cross Oil Filters are guaranteed to reduce lubricating oil bills at least 50 per cent. Let us send you one on 30 days’ trial, to be re- turned at our expense if it doesn’t satisfy.

Me The Burt Mfg. Co., Gancuea Arkon, Ohio, U. S. A.

Also Supplied by Oil Companies, Engine “Builders and Power Contractors,

Oe OL. CHR OLH OH OY

Electric,

Belt

Hand

P ower

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ELEVATORS F. O. B. FACTORY, OR ERECTED COMPLETE.

SALEM ELEVATOR WORKS,

SALEM, MASS.

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: Rubber Covered Rollers

That are successfully adapted

FOR ALL PURPOSES IN WOOLEN AND COTTON MILLS.

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Our Rubber Coverings are strictly high grade.

Thousands of users find them satisfactory and Priors it’s anything about rubber ask us.

economical. «CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED...

BOSTON BELTING CO.,

James Bennett Forsyth, Mig. Agt.and Gen. Mgr, Makers of MECHANICAL RUBBER GOODS.

Boston, 256 Devonshire Street. New York, 100 Reade Street.

Cohoes Foundry and Machine Co.

BUILDERS OF

SLASHERS,

HLEVATORS,

WATER WHEEL COVERNORS, SHELL ROLLS. General Foundry and Machine Work, Repairing

Coxznozms, Naw Yorn=za.

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STEPHENSON

"BAR BELT DRESSINGS @|

Air Hot, cold, wet or dry

Ruins More Belts

than any other one thing, except perhaps, some of these so-called belt-fillers.

STEPHENSON BAR BELT DRESSING

is scientifically compounded, and a very thin coating, not enough to gather dust, keeps the pores of the belt air tight. It is the perfected result of fifteen years’s experience ; preserves the belts, and prevents them from slipping, for the least cost, and with no trouble whatever.

Our Loss If It Does Not Suit You

Write us for free sample, and tell us your belt troubles

STEPHENSON MFG. CO. Albany, N. Y.

TRUCKS and BOXES.

ROVING CANS.

P. 0. Address, NO. CAMBRIDGE, MASS.

Established 1844.

BENJ. BUCKLEY’S SON,

(Wa. J. BUCKLEY)

GUN MILL, PATTERSON, N.J Manufacturer of all kinds ot SPINDLES, FLYERS RINGS TUBES, CAPS,&C. FOR Cotton, Silk, Flax, Woolen and Worsted

MACHINERY.

Roving Spindles and Flyers a Specialty. Light Forgings. Repairing of all kinds.

tm COURTAY rar Ks

HAVE THEM ELECTROTYPED BY

ECONOMICAL DURABLE SATISFACTORY EFFICIENT POWER PUMPS.

The Goulds Mfg. Co., S***R'y/*"*S

ROVING CANS, ETC

MANUFACTURERS OF

ROVING CANS

AND OTHER MILL RECEPTACLES, Also Proprs. and Mfrs, ot THE “SULLIVAN” Seamless Manilla

6rELECTRICAL & MACHIN. ISTS’ PURPOSES, RAILROAD INSULATIONS, RODS, TUBES, Ete. Cable Address, “Laminar, Boston.” Lieber’s Code used,

er ee

The Laminar” Can.

The “20th Century” Laminar Can.

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Laminar Taper Box with S : Laminar Taper Box w hardwood shoes. Laminar Car or Truck with Corners and heréweod shoes. - Top View. Steel Top Rim. Bottom View.

VULCAN FIBRE ROVING CAN.

BODY—Vulcanized Fibre. SIDE SEAM—Riveted with Patented Clinched Rivets. RINGS—Tinned Steel, Brazed Joints, Curled Edges. BOTTOM—IXXX. Tin Star Corrugation: Fastened without the use of nails or screws, will not crack, warp orshrink and cannot come out FINISH—Coated inside and out with moisture proof coating, handsome and smooth. WEIGHT—About one half pound per inch diameter, SIZE—A1l cans to an exact size, perfectly round and true. DURABIL- ITY—Superior to any other can.

ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF HILL’S IXxXX TIN AND GALVANIZED IRON DYE HOUSE CAN.

JAMES HILL M’F’C. CO., PROVIDENCE, - + - + «© «=

—. .~ THE ‘‘STAR” VENTILATOR. Geuu D> STORM PROOF. EFFECTIVE. li

AND

a THE COMBINATION SKYLIGHT ‘Wises

-—— “STAR” VENTILATOR.

Light and Ventilation combined, and the best of both. Our booklet will be mailed upon application.

MERCHANT’S METAL SPANISH TILES AND COTHIC SHINCLES.

These tiles and shingles are the most ornamental roofing material made in metal—are endorsed by leading architects and engineers for first class buildings, are thoroughly storm-proof and easily applied. Illustrated booklet showing buildings covered will be mailed to those interested, free.

Philadelphia. New York. MERCHANT & CO. (Inc.) Chicago. Brooklyn.

MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE ROOFING PLATES.

TEXTILE WORLD

CANVAS AND STEEL FRAME MILL BASKETS

Are replacing all other kinds where hard usage is given and where lightne as, astreagth, durability and cheapness xre a cousideration. Some of the com. parative results in big mills are remark- able. Send for our booklet. We make ail styles and shapes for every kind of miil use,

W. T. LANE & BRO.,

Port Chester, N. Y.

For use on all makes of Revolving Flat Cards. S. A. FELTON & SON CO.. Manchester, N. H.

THE CHAFFEE PATENT CLOTH BOARD,

Made of paper and wood, Se Needs no covers, =

re. BY

=" HAPPEE BROTHERS CONPANY BOX SHOOKS and ELOTH BOARDS. OXFORD, MA}}.

ELLIOT CLOTH FOLDER AND MEASURER

For Cotton and Gingham Mills, Bleacheries, Print Works, Etc.

MANUFACTURED BY

BLLIOT & BALI,

41-2 Hermen 4&:.. Worcester. Maas. Send for Circular

MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER, ALL WORK GUARANTEED.

MACHINE WOOL COMBS,

: Hackles, Gills, Fallers and Porcupines. Tentering Tin Plates. Dealer f in the best English and American Cast Stee] Pins and Comber Needles.

Cotton Combs Neatly Re-Needled. THOMAS TOWNSEND, 157 Orange St., Providence, R.'!.

WE CARRY IN STOCK MALLEABLE IRON

ICE RAF E:S.

For use on Canal Racks to remove ice, Twigs, etc. Write for List and Prices, With or without handles.

‘HOMER P. LIVERMORE, 85 and 87 PEARL STREET, Dept. T, BOSTON, MASS.

27) MILL EQUIPMENT

1901 PATTERN

Patent Linen Winder for Shuttle Bobbins

With Patent Variable Motion.

Winds from below and from 90’! skeins direct to shuttle bobbins. Impossible to wind yarn any harder. Runs at high speed, gives large production. Cleaners attached, to rub off dross and: loose fibres from the yarn.

We also build a line of SPt JOLING, WINDING, WARPING and BEAMING MACHINERY. Write for particulars,

JACOB KH. ALTEMUS,

Successor to W. W. Altemus & Son, 2818 No. 4th Street, - * - Philadelphia, Pa.

FRANK BAILEY

Has placed upon the market A Cold Air Drying Machine for Yarn.

He is also building a first-class hot air machine. Claims to deliver yarn in tar better condition than most machines.

He also makes kettle sticks and dry and sulpbur house poles, also sticks suit the W olstenholm Machine from natural water grown cedar,and sticks to suit the Klaud- er-Weldon, and Lorimer machines from finer grades of lumber, These sticks have been thoroughly tested, and proncunced the beston the market. Guarantee satis. faction to buyers. Write for prices.

Cedar Brook; P. O., Camden Co., N. J.

The Best is the Cheapest.

It is BETTER and CHEAPER to wind yarn by the ‘‘ Universal’’ system before shipment from the mill, thus insuring perfect delivery to knitting machines

without rewinding.

UNIVERSAL WINDING CO.,

F. H. BISHOP, Manager. 95 South St., Boston, Mass.

652 TEXTILE WORLD [28

Somebody Gets Hurt

Nobody knows what to do or has « & to do with until the doctor comes and every minutes delay counts against the injured.

The Standard Accident Cabinets

Are designed for just such emergencies.

No.2. Cabinet. Centents.

6 Rolls L inton Bandages, 2 : in. 1 Pair Scissors. in. 1 Spoon. Cotton 1 in. 1 Package Safety Pins. « * 2in. 2 Medicine Glasses. 2h in. 1 Bottle Carron Oil. 8 in. « Arnica. 2 Pac kages first aid for wounds be Witch Haze). Linton Gauze. 6s Essence Peppermint. - Absorbent Lint. ° Aromatic Spirits Ammonia. o Cotton, § lb. te Sun Cholera Mfxture Tablets. oe Iodoform Gauze. Soda Mint Tanhlets. Roll Adhesive Plaster. 1 ye Rbinitis o

1 Bottle Headache Tablets.

No.1 Cabinet. Contents. 6 Rolls Linton Bandages, 2 in. 6 24 in 8 Co'tton ae q iid

3 : La) Lai La 3 in : Packages First Aid for Wounds. 2 Linton Gauze. 2 Absorbent Lint. 2 ' Cotton, } lb. 1 12-0z. Bottle Carron Oil, 1120z. Arnica. 1 Roll Adhesive Plaster. 1 Package Indoform Gauze. 1 Pair Scissors.

These Cabinets contain only the h'ghest grades of medicines and band.